DISTINCTION OF HIGH ACADEMIC STANDING
This award of academic achievement is presented to seniors with the highest academic standing as shown by their cumulative grade point average (GPA).
For this recognition the student must have attained a 3.0 cumulative grade point average during their academy experience.
THE ANDREWS ACADEMY LEADERSHIP AWARD
This award is presented to members of the class who have taken the risk inherent in leadership and have generously given of themselves to enhance the quality of Andrews Academy life.
THE FACULTY AWARD
Through this award the faculty gives recognition to members of the senior class who have quietly and unobtrusively accepted and fulfilled substantive responsibility for their personal lives and for aspects of the school program.
THE J.N. ANDREWS AWARD
This award carries the name of J.N. Andrews, a prominent founding leader of the Seventh-day Adventist Church after whom the university and academy are named and who demonstrated in his life qualities of leadership worthy of emulation by contemporary youth. Those who are granted this award have shown themselves to be especially faithful, earnest, and conscientious. It recognizes those qualities of character such as consideration, straightforwardness, and openness to reason–those qualities which often elude measurement, but which are easily observed.
THE LINCOLN AWARD
Established by an alumnus who was inspired by the confidence expressed in him while a student at Andrews Academy and named in honor of Abraham Lincoln who demonstrated in his life the character qualities of self-determination and personal progress. This award is presented annually to a member of the graduating class in whom significant growth has been seen during the scope of his/her Andrews Academy experience and in whom that growth suggests promise for future accomplishment.